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I started taking zoladex as part of my prostrate cancer therapy in 2015. I keep good health and I have now returned to the gym. After easing myself into training for 4 weeks I started doing some hard workouts (lifting weights to exhaustion). The following day I experience no muscle soreness which is an unexpected surprise. Is that the zoladex inhabiting muscle growth?
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